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Posted on 13th October 2020 by Julie Marsh

Julie Marsh spoke to Steven Smith, treasurer and peer support champion at the Cauda Equina Champions Charity

Living with CES | Interview with Steven Smith | Boyes Turner Interviews

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Key points of this webinar

Julie and Steven spoke about, 

  • Definition of Cauda Equina Syndrome
  • The symptoms Steven had in the lead up to his diagnosis
  • The treatment Steven received
  • Day to day life as someone living with CES
  • Support and ongoing care
  • The effects of CES on families and loved ones
  • Ongoing symptoms
  • Tips on remaining positive
  • Support, advice and charities available for others who suffer with CES 

For more information about the Cauda Equina Champions Charity visit their website:

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